Two days before Mark Lippert, the U.S. ambassador to South Korea, was attacked by an enigmatic knife-wielding crackpot named Kim Ki-Jong and slashed in the face, North Korea was promising "merciless strikes" against America and South Korea, and warning that "the situation on the Korean peninsula is again inching close to the brink of a war."
Gulf News tells a story of ISIS' viral evil spreading into Yemen, which was hardly suffering from a shortage of villainy: "Inspired by the video of Daesh (Islamic State/ISIS) burning to death the Jordanian pilot Muath Al Kasaesbeh, a group of boys set about re-enacting the atrocity in their Al Dahthath village in Yemen’s northern province of Ibb."
The State Department spokeswoman attempts to spin Hillary Clinton's use of private email. It doesn't go well.
Hillary Clinton can't Tweet away her growing email scandal.
Despite what some writers may attempt to claim, Hillary Clinton's email scandal is unlike anything else happening with any other political figure, now or in the past. It's a unique attempt to avoid scrutiny, manipulate official correspondence and thus control the historical narrative.
The Assyrian International News Agency reports that four more Assyrian captives taken by the Islamic State during raids on their villages in Syria have been released.
The Tampa Tribune brings us the amazing and outrageous story of local helicopter mechanic Ryan Pate, who worked as a contractor for a company called Global Aerospace Logistics, headquartered in the United Arab Emirates. Pat was arrested in the UAE for an offending Facebook post.
Will Vice President Joe Biden launch a presidential bid? He's had his troubles with women, of course. But now one of his supporters is rubbing a bit of salt in Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton's email wounds.
Hillary Clinton gave the game away long before she set up her personal email account. In a 2001 video clip, then-Sen. Clinton explains she didn't want to use email because it could cause trouble during investigations.
Flashback: White House Phone Line for Classified Information Left Unsecured in Hillary Clinton’s Office
In 2001, when George W. Bush's transition team began moving into the White House, they encountered a remarkable amount of sloppy housekeeping, missing items, and petty vandalism from the outgoing Clinton team.
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